|Panasonic DC1 Dual Camera|
Ilse Jurriën : April 11th 2011 - 10:50 CET
Panasonic HX-DC1 Dual Camera : Panasonic announces a new Dual Camera, the Panasonic HX-DC1, which has an easy-to-hold vertical design, making it easy and seamless to shoot full-High Definition videos (1920 x 1080) or photos - without having to switch between the two settings as there are separate video/photo capture buttons. The new Panasonic Dual Camera model HX-DC1 records video in the MPEG-4 AVC file format (MP4), which is convenient for uploading images to the Internet or editing on a computer. Beyond the full-HD video capabilities, the Panasonic DC1 also offer 14-megapixel still photos - resulting in high-quality images.|
Panasonic Dual Camera for HD Videos and Photos
The Panasonic Dual Camera can also take 2-megapixel still photos while shooting full-HD videos. Despite being compact in size, the new Panasonic DC1 Dual Camera has a powerful 5x optical zoom, giving the user more range when shooting video and photos.
Panasonic HX-DC1 Dual Camera
"Panasonic understands that consumers want a camera that will easily take still and video images, but they don’t want to sacrifice quality or portability, so with the new line of Dual Cameras, we’re providing easy-to-use cameras that can shoot full-HD video and high-resolution photos," said Chris Rice, Senior Product Manager, Imaging, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company.
Panasonic Dual Camera Features
• 3.0-inch wide LCD monitor
• Electrical Image Stabilizer to help limit blurry videos
• Panasonic’s iA (Intelligent Auto) mode
• Face Detection
• Stereo microphones for clear audio recording
• Mini HDMI Terminal for enjoying even more beautiful Full-HD resolution
Panasonic DC1 price & availability
The new Panasonic Dual Camera HX-DC1 will be available in June 2011 in the following color options: white, pink and dark grey. Pricing will be announced approximately 30 days prior to shipping.
Panasonic Dual Camera review
As soon as we receive a Panasonic DC1 test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Panasonic DC1 review.